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summon up remembrance of 
things past 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



YEARBOOK STAFF 4 

ADMINISTRATION 6 

FACULTY 8 

HELPERS 22 

SPORTS 24 

ACTIVITIES 56 

UNDERCLASSMEN 74 

CANDIDS 87 

JUNIOR PROM '66 96 

SENIORS 106 

ADVERTISEMENTS 144 



DEDICATION 



DEDICATION 

To Mr. Arthur L. McManus 

Throughout our four years in Bed- 
ford High School, you have stood behind 
our class in all of our endeavors. As 
good sportsmanship displays fairness 
and co-operation, so have you demon- 
strated these qualities to us in our 
projects and activities. You have given 
us encouragement when others were 
skeptical, and have always shown us 
that you had faith in the character, in- 
tegrity, and unity of our class. You 
have given of your time and of yourself 
willingly and unfailingly. You have, at 
all times, regarded us with a genuine 
interest and respect. Now we, the Class 
of 1967, would like to acknowledge all 
that you have done for us by dedicating 
this, our Yearbook, to you. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 





ART STAFF 



Front Row: Lynette Rogers, Paula Little, Janet 
Stearns, Linda Markell, Linda Goguen. 
Standing: Cheryl Caughey, Frances Sweet, Edwin 
Chase, Christine Elliott, Paula Frado. 



PHOTOGRAPHY 




Steve Hill 




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MR. BERNARD GOLLIS, Assistant Principal 



ADMINISTRATION 



To The Class of 1967: 

Ralph Waldo Emerson says it much 

better than I. 

"To laugh often and much; to win 
the respect of intelligent people and 
the affection, of children; to earn the 
appreciation of honest critics and 
endure the betrayal of false friends; 
to appreciate beauty, to find the best 
in others; to leave the world a bit 
better, whether by a healthy child, a 
garden patch, or a redeemed social 
condition; to know even one life has 
breathed easier because you lived. 
This is to have succeeded." 

If you have made the most of your 

educational opportunities at Bedford 

High School, you will find success as 

part of your life. 

Sincerely Yours, 
Edward H. Gi I lespie 
Principal 

MR. JOHN GLENN, Superintendent 

DR. ADO COMMITO, Assistant Superintendent 



FACULTY 




Mr. McCauIey, Chairman Mrs. Taylor Mrs. Kahn 



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ENGLISH 





Mr. Ambrose Mr. Melanson, 

Chairman 



MATH 



Miss Flangheddy Mr, Lalumiere Mrs. Widrig 




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Mr. Dietz 
Mrs. Segal 
Mrs. McPhelim 




LANGUAGE 



Mrs. Smith Mrs. Thompson Miss O'Sullivan 




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Miss Doherty 



Mrs. Moloney 



Mr. Ferry, 
Choirmon 



BUSINESS 



Mr. Corliss 




Mr. Youckoes 

WIS r 




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1 

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Mr. Mietzner 



ART 




Mr. Barron, 
Director 



MUSIC 



Mr. Phinney, 
Director 




Mr. Toland, 
Assistant Director 





INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



Mr. Gooley, Chairman 




Mr. DiPietro Mr. Lavois Mr. Doherty 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Mr. McManus, 

Mr. Drivas Chairman 




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HOME ECONOMICS 



Mrs. Clausen 




LIBRARIAN 



Miss Dowling 




READING 



Mr. Vinagro 




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NURSING STAFF 



Miss Plourde, Head Nurse 




22 




Mrs. Ferrick, Mrs. Havener, Mrs. Primmerman, Mrs. Ricker, Mrs. Burke 

Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Delfino 



KITCHEN STAFF 

CUSTODIAL STAFF 



h. Webber Mr. Genetti Mr. Taylor, Mr. Whelcn 




Bedford's football season started in low gear, but swiftly gained momentum and 
spirit. In the Buccaneers' opening game, they had a heartening 10-0 loss to Ashland. 
Bedford fought hard to break through Ashland's defense, exhibiting this fight in Don 
McGrath's 40 yd. run, but it was to no avail. 

The Buccaneers rolled forward in their second game with an aerial blitz that stunned 
Acton into a 14-10 defeat. Dale Porter scored the first TD and was soon joined by Don 
McGrath, scoring a second. 

The team, now showing great promise, met Maynard and beat them 7-6. Greg Rich- 
ardson scored the TD, with Donny McGrath making the extra point. 

When Bedford met Westwood, the cause for Westwood was hopeless from the start. 
We began our scoring with a half-back pass from Dale Porter to substitute quarter-back 
Bob McGrath. This was the team's famous trans-continental pass play. Dale Porter and 
Bob McGrath topped this off by each scoring another TD, bringing the final score to a 
20-0 victory. 

Lynnfield proved to be the team's equal in the next game, which ended 0-0. Both 
teams displayed a strong defense, which stymied all offensive thrusts. 

Numerous errors were the cause of our 7-7 tie, instead of a win, with North Reading. 
Dale Porter got the TD, with Donny McGrath scoring the extra point. 

The excitement-packed game against Wayland proved to be the Buccaneers' best 
and hardest fought game of the season. The powerful drive in the last seconds of the 
game brought the excitement to a feverish peak, but time ran out with a score of 28-22. 
Greg Brzeski was the first to score points, on a pass thrown by Jimmy McArthur. Along 
with this. Dale Porter struck twice, scoring the last two TD's. 

The Weston game was the biggest upset in class "D" football this season. Bedford 
entered this game with spirit, but not expecting a win. TD's by Dale Porter and Jimmy 
McArthur, plus Donny McGrath's extra point, made the score Bedford 13, Weston 12. 
Weston scored its final TD in the closing seconds, but Bedford, mustering up its strength , 
halted their conversion attempt. 

Our traditional game with Burlington turned out to be cold turkey, a cut and dried 
game from the start. Our only TD was scored by Co-Captain Pete Chamberlain, on a 
pass from Jimmy McArthur. We lost it 28-6. 

The team's success rests in the capable coaching of Mr. Harry Drivas, under whose 
guidance we completed the season with a 4-3-2 record. Coach Drivas predicts a good 
season next year; however, many faces will be lacking. The Buccaneers will certainly 
miss the playing of seniors Peter Chamberlain (co-captain), "Okie" O'Connell (co- 
captain), Dave Chamberlain, Dale Porter, and Donny McGrath. 





First row, left to right - Thomas Lentine, John Looney, David Chamberlain, Don McGrath, Robert 
O'Conneil (co-capt.), Peter Chamberlain (co-capt.), Dale Porter, Jeffrey Gallant, Ted Ruetenik, John 
Felios. 

Second row — Al Razzaboni, Steve Glovinsky, Richard Hemmingway, Mac Herling, Greg Brzeski, James 
McArthur, Steve Gorman, Jack Hilker, William Primmerman, Allyn Winslow. 

Third row - Jimmy Sullivan, Timothy Dolan, Gregory Whitley, Gerard DeCosta, Niels McGrath, Robert 
McGrath, Paul Romano, Bruce Czulada, William Murphy, Greg Richardson. 

Fourth row - Coach Harry Drivas, Donald Harold, Eric Felios, Donald Richardson, Tom Rivet, Lem 
Roberson, Ray Kahre, Bob Brand, Glen Jefferson (trainer). 





First row - Joan Palmeri, Rosie Hunn, Anne Hartwell, Beth Genetti. 
Second row - Joan Valva, Linda Markell, Paula Frado. 

Third row - Anita Allran, Barbie McLaughlin, Elaine Mee, Barbara Leach, Joyce Hall. 



CHEERLEADERS 




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(Left to right) - Phyllis Eskitgis, June Razzaboni, Suzanne Santapaul, Mary Jane Daelhousen, Kathy 
Wells, Nancy Piila, Celeste Roberson, Sue Purdy, Sue MacCormick, Kathy Kieley, Judy Wittier, Mar- 
ilyn White. 



VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 





JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 




VARSITY HOCKEY 



Chris Nolan 
Bob O'Connell 
John Filios 
Bill Primmerman 
Steve Perry 
Ken Larson 
John Pakstis 
Mike Johnson 
Dave Fitch 



Ken Mead 
Jim Unsworth 
Bob Ricardelli 
Dick Hartwell 
Steve Bermei ster 

Managers: 
Chris Leary 
Eric Filios 



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44 



JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 




VARSITY BASEBALL 
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 





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53 



ORGANIZATIONS 





PEP BAND 

59 




BOYS ENSEMBLE 

B.H.S. CHOIR 

63 




SKI CLUB 



THESPIANS 



ELECTRONICS 
CLUB 



POWDER 
HORN 



PHOTO 
CLUB 





CREATIVE 
WRITING 



FOLK 
CLUB 



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AUDIO- 
VISUAL 
AIDS 




STAGE 
LIGHTING 




PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB 



HUMAN 

RELATIONS 
COUNCIL 



MATH 
LEAGUE 



PHYSICS 
CLUB 



BIOLOGY 
CLUB 






^ilB| JCL 








LATIN 
CLUB 



SPANISH 
CLUB 



CHEMISTRY 
CLUB 




ART CLUB 



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PEP CLUB 





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UNDERCLASSMEN 




79 



83 




84 




96 




Escort - Tom Boc 




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MOST DARING 
Ann Hartwell 



MR. and MISS B.H.S. 
Joan Palmeri 

Chuck Jones 



SENIORS 





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SENIOR 



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ADAMS, Doniel 115 

AINSWORTH, Susan 117 

ALLISON, James 136 

ANDERSON, Arlene 141 

ANDERSON, William 118 

ARDIZZONI, Linda 118 

ARMSTRONG, Donna 123 

BARBAGALLO, Geraldine 118 

BARRETT, Alfred 142 

BEAUMONT, Sallie 124 

BECK, Janet 113 

BIGLEY, Katherine 114 

BISSANTI, Catherine 132 

BOC, Thomas 119 

BOLTON, Arthur 125 

BOWEN, Cheryl 127 

BRYAN, Carroll 137 

CAIRNS, Jean 136 

CARTER, James 116 

CASSIDY, Kathleen 137 

CAUGHEY, Cheryl 137 

CHAMBERLAIN, David 135 

CHAMBERLAIN, Peter 137 

CHASE, Edwin 129 

CLARK, Nancy 133 

COLEMAN, Donald 113 

CONNORS, Elizabeth 124 

COURTNEY, Barbara 117 

COYNE, Timothy 132 

CRAWFORD, David 129 

CRETECOS, John 122 

CRIMMINS, Joseph 136 

CROSBY, David 120 

DAHLQUIST, Paul 140 

DAVIS, Evelyn 126 

DEIMLING, Susan 113 

DEMPSEY, Linda 115 

DILL, Noel 113 

DiNITTO, Edward 130 

DIRECTOR, Susan 116 

DODGE, Martha 129 

DUCKWORTH, Dennis 142 

EDGE, Rebecca 122 

ELLIOTT, Christine 128 

ESKITGIS, Phyllis 115 

EVANS, Linda (Ellen) 113 

FEELEY, Thomas 138 

FERRY, Frederick 133 

FILIOS, John 128 

FONE, Maureen 129 



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FRADO, Paula 126 

GALLANT, Jeffrey 131 

GARLAND, David 131 

GARRITY, Diane 140 

GEARY, Corene 127 

GEILFUSS, Mary Beth 129 

GIENCKE, Robert 139 

OILMAN, Gail 130 

GOGUEN, Linda 119 

GRABLE, Nancy 119 

GRAHAM, Joyce 128 

GRAHN, Christine 134 

GRASLIE, Kenneth 125 

GREENBAUM, Jean 121 

HAGGERTY, Kathleen 131 

HARBERT, Sandra 132 

HARRISON, James 135 

HARTUNG, Michael 141 

HARTWELL, Ann Marie 132 

HARVEY, Lorrie 126 

HAWES, Richard 142 

HENDERSON, Victoria 118 

HENEBRY, Ellen 124 

HILL, Steven 127 

HINKLEY, Michael 130 

HIRSCHI, Courtland 139 

HOO, Joel 135 

HULBERT, Bruce 134 

INLOW, Michael 138 

JACKSON, Carol 130 

JONES, Charles 131 

KAHRE, Karen 125 

KEARNS, Kerry 142 

KELLY, Robert 126 

KLEBER, Robert 141 

KLEBER, William 117 

KLUVER, John 114 

LANDRY, Steven 141 

LARNER, Barbara 127 

LAURENTI, Robert 140 

LAUSTRUP, Ronnie 142 

LAVIN, John 133 

LAX, Jacqueline 1 18 

LEACH, Barbara 116 

LEIBY, Nibya 142 

LENTINE, Andrew 139 

LEWELLEN, Janis 142 

LEWIS, Martha 130 

LINDSTROM, Dale 122 

LONG, John 126 



INDEX 



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LOONEY, John 124 

LORD, Stephen 140 

LUCAS, David 141 

LUCAS, John 122 

LYNCH, William 142 

MacPHERSON, Douglas 143 

MAIER, Leiand 142 

MANN, Jacques 142 

MARCHAND, Richard 121 

MARKELL, Linda 113 

McCAUGHEY, Tim 142 

McGOVERN, Katherine 134 

McGRATH, Donald 132 

McLaughlin, Barbara 133 

MEE, Elaine 124 

MILLIGAN, Sianne 123 

MOORE, Stephen 142 

MORRIS, Wendy 114 

MORRISON, Gerard 114 

MOTT, Joseph 124 

MURDOCK, Caryn 125 

MURPHY, Barbara Jane 143 

MURPHY, Maureen 131 

NEAL, Deborah 120 

NELSON, Barbara 128 

NOLAN, Christopher 123 

NOWERS, Deborah 120 

O'CONNELL, Helen 137 

O'CONNELL, Robert 133 

O'NEILL, Eileen 136 

O'NEILL, Mary Ellen 123 

PALMERI, Joan 127 

PALMERI, Suzanne 119 

PALUMBO, Robert 138 

PORTER, Dale 139 

PORTER, Robert 143 

POTTER, Richard 143 

PRIMMERMAN, Cheryl 116 

PRIMMERMAN, Diane 121 

PURCHASE, Beverly 122 

QUIGLEY, Anne 125 

RAFFAELO, Robert 123 

RAZZABONI, June 131 

RICCI, Anthony 120 

RIESSLE, Nancy 117 

ROBIDOUX, Jean 115 

ROBINSON, Philip 119 

ROGERS, Lynnette 139 



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ROOME, Gail 121 

ROSS, John Samuel 143 

ROUX, Michael 136 

ROY, William 134 

RUETENIK, Theodore 137 

SANTAPAUL, Marianne 134 

SANTAPAUL, Suzanne 120 

SAVIGNAC, Virginia 123 

SCHINDLER, Jane 143 

SELFRIDGE, Linda 120 

SHEA, Stephen 121 

SHUMAN, Cynthia 114 

SIERS, Kenneth 143 

SKURKA, Timothy 140 

SMITH, Arthur (David) 117 

SMITH, Douglas 143 

SMITH, Kristine 116 

SMITH, Patricia 131 

SOUSA, Linda 128 

SPELLENBERG, Arthur 138 

SPENCER, Doreen 136 

SPENCER, Stephen 130 

STEARNS, Janet 135 

STEVENSON, Thomas 138 

STOCKWELL, Robert 128 

STRAIN, Catherine 125 

STULTZ, Pamela 138 

SWEENEY, Albert 140 

SWEET, Frances 119 

TANNER, Harold 115 

TEISCIERO, Susan 115 

TONDREAU, David 139 

TURNER, Mary Anne 133 

VANNAH, Peter 135 

WALZ, Susan 114 

WARGO, John 143 

WEED, John 118 

WEIMER, Karen 143 

WELLS, Kathleen 121 

WESTON, Beverly 122 

WHITE, Marilyn 126 

WHITFIELD, Warren 143 

WICKLUND, John 116 

WILKINS, Joseph 127 

WINSTON, Arthur 132 

WOOD, Nancy 117 

WOODS, Gail 141 

YASINSKI, Andrew 134 



JAMES HARRISON 
1949-1967 



CHARLES DAVIN 
1949-1966 



The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: 
he leadeth me beside the still waters. 
He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the 
paths of righteousness for his name's sake. 
Yea, though I walk through the valley of 
the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: 
for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff 
they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before 
me in the presence of mine enemies: thou 
anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth 
over. Surely goodness and mercy shall 
follow me all the days of my life: and 
I will dwell in the house of the Lord 
for ever. 




LINDA LEE MARKELL 

Bubbly personality. . .infectious 
smile. . .spirited cheerleader. . . 
groovy dancer. . .Linda leaves an 
air of enthusiasm wherever she 
goes. 

Vice-President 1; Glee Club 1,2; 
Pep Club 1,2; Citizenship Comm. 
2; Ski Club 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3, 
Co-Capt. 4; Yearbook 4; College 
Planning 3,4. 

JANET ANNE BECK 

Fun loving, . .intelligent. . .am- 
bitious. . .big blue eyes. . .these 
all describe our Jan. . .First in 
scholarship and friendship! 

Yearbook 1, Asst. Ed. 4; Latin 
Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 1; News- 
paper 1; Glee Club 2; Pep Club 3, 
Treas. 4; Class Treasurer 3; Honor 
Society 3,4; Nat. Merit Letter of 
Commendation 4. 









NOEL ELLIS DILL 

Valuable choir and band member 
. . .a whiz at science and math 
ever-ready dry wit. . .Noel is a 
cinch for success. 

Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, V. 
Pres. 4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Math 
League 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Honor 
Society 3,4; Prom 3; Monitor 4; 
Executive Council 4; Ski Club 4; 
J.V. Baseball 2; Chemistry Club 
2,3; "It's Academic" 4. 




DONALD R. COLEMAN 

Winning smile. . .always a helping 
hand. . .Enthusiastic supporter of 
school endeavors. . .Donnie's 
casual manner is combined with 
an active interest in life around 
him. 

Football 1; National Thespian 
Society 3,4; Stage Lighting 3,4; 
Prom 3,4. 




LINDA ELLEN EVANS 

Fair complexion and brown hair 
. . .greets people with a winning 
smile. . .a flair for fashion. . . 
These traits assure Ellen all 
success in the future. 

Mixed Glee Club 1,2; Girl's Glee 
Club 1,2; Driver's Ed. 3; Pow = 
derhorn 4. 



SUSAN FRANCES DEIMLING 

Helpful and friendly to all. . . 
dark4iaired good looks. . .Sue 
will surely attain whatever goals 
she sets. 

Pep Club 1; Transfer 2; Powder- 
horn 4. 




SUSAN L. WALZ 

Attractive. . .out-going. . .daring 
and fun to be with. . .Sue has a 
warmth that touches everyone 
she meets. 

Pep Club 1; Red Cross 2,3; French 
Club 2; Drivers Ed. 3; Powderr 
horn 4. 




CYNTHIA ANN SHUMAN 

Quiet. . .serious. . .thoughtful. . . 
but with a certain warmth of per- 
sonality that makes Cindy known 
and loved among her friends at 
B.H.S. 

Pep Club 1. 




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GERARD VINCENT MORRISON 

Red-haired, freckled and tall. . . 
great sense of humor. . .Gerry is 
always interested in the world 
around him. 

Ski Club 3,4. 



JOHN E. KLUVER 

Dark hair and eyes. . .with a 
happy-go-lucky grin. . .John's 
days are seasoned with the fun- 
side of life. 

Maintenance Club 1; Spring Track 
2; Chess Club Pres. 3,4. 




KATHERINE ANN BIGLEY 

Sweet and sincere, . .easy going 
. . .full of fun for a good time. . . 
Kathy will make the most of her 
life. 

Pep Club 1,2; French Club 2; 
Drivers Ed. 3; Red Cross Rep. 
2,3; Candy Striper 2. 




WENDY JEAN MORRIS 

Dark hair and brown eyes. . . 
accomplished musician. . .always 
ready for fun. . .Wendy's cheer- 
fulness has won her many friends 
at B.H.S. 

Band 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1; 
Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club 2; Latin 
Honor Society 2,3; Wind & Per- 
cussion Ensemble 3,4; Double 
Sextet 3,4; Softball 3; Drivers 
Ed. 3; Yearbook 4. 




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PHYLLIS ESKITGIS 



DANIEL BRECK ADAMS 



SUSAN MARIE TEISCIERO 



Varsity athlete. . .twinkle in her 
eye for everyone. . .Phyllis's 
warm ways have made her a pop- 
ular member of her class. 

Varsity Softball 1,2,3,4; FTA 1; 
Varsity Field Hockey 3,4; Bas- 
ketball 3,4. 



LINDA HELEN DEMPSEY 

Industrious worker. . .loyal friend 
. . .We lost her to Germany last 
year, but we're glod to have her 
back. 

Dramatics Club 1,2; Latin Club 1, 
2; National Latin Honor Society 
1,2; Exchange Student in Ger- 
many 3; Field trip to Vienna 3; 
German Club 4. 




Tall monitor with a friendly grin 
. . .a pleasant "Hi!" for everyone 
. . .Varsity track star. . .There's 
no one like Dan! 

Chemistry Club 1,2; Chess Club, 
Vice-Pres. 3; V. Winter Track 3, 
4; Yearbook 4; V. Cross-Country 
3, Capt. 4. 







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ANDRE TANNER 

Tall, quiet monitor. . .practical 
and down to earth. . .car enthu- 
siast. . .The more you know 
Andre, the more you like him. 

Cross Country 1,2. 



Band member who does a mean 
"licorice stick". . .sports enthu- 
siast. . .always happy and usually 
talking. . .Sue's friendly ways 
and quick sense of humor assure 
her future happiness. 

Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; National 
Latin Honor Society 2,3; Field 
Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 3; Latin 
Club 3,4; Prom 3; Class Treasur- 
er 4; Executive Council 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; North- 
east District Band 4. 

JEANNE ROSE ROBIDOUX 

Warm smile complemented by big 
brown eyes. . .sincere, honest, 
once-in-a-lifetime friend. 
Jeannie's personality assures 
her future success. 

French Club 2,3; Drivers Ed. 2; 
Basketball 3,4; Yearbook 4. 




SUSAN C. DIRECTOR 

Beautiful brown eyes. . .quiet 
until you get to know her. . . 
studious. . .dependable. . .Sue's 
good nature and reliability are an 
unbeatable combination. . . 

Third Prize Atlantic County Arts 
Festival 1. 





JOHN W. WICKLUND 

Sparkling blue eyes. . .witty and 
fun-loving. . .great on a guitar 
. . .John's infectious laugh and 
enthusiasm will make him well- 
liked by all he meets. . . 



CHERYL ANN PRIMMERMAN 

Best known for her big blue eyes 
. . .friendly smile. . .sincere open 
manner. . .great majorette. . . 
Cheri's infallible sense of saying 
the right thing at the right time is 
only one of her most admirable 
traits. . . 

Drama Club 1; Pep Club 1,3; 
French Club 2,3; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Ensemble 3,4; Year- 
book 4; Majorette 4; Executive 
Council 4; Proms 3,4. 




BARBARA ELIZABETH LEACH 

Cheerleader. . .double sextetter 
. . ."Annie". . .a quick sense of 
humor and a lovely smile. . .the 
class wouldn't be the same with- 
out Leachy. . . 

Pep Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 1, 
Sec. 2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Cheerlead- 
ing 2,3,4; FTA, Sec. 1; Ensemble 
3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Prom 3,4; 
Double Sextette 3,4; Operetta 
Lead 3. 



JAMES CARTER 

Carefree. . .artistically inclined 
. . .oblivious to all worries. . . 
Jim's easy-going manner typifies 
his whole outlook on life. . . 



KRISTINE ELAINE SMITH 

Dramatic. . .musical. . .literary 
. . .there is no end to Kris's tal- 
ents. . .hard-working. . .a sense 
of humor. . .Kris has a magic way 
of getting things done effortlessly. 

Drama Club 1; French Club 1,2,3, 
4; FTA 2; National Honor Society 
3,4; National Thespian Society 
3,4; Best Supporting Actress 3; 
Choir 4; Ensemble 3,4. 






BARBARA ELLEN COURTNEY 

Dark, swinging hair. . .green eyes 
and sparkling personality. . .new 
this year from Hawaii. . .Barbara's 
quite a whistle catcher. 

Future Nurses of America 2- Bake 
Sale Comm. 2,3; Radford Rnythm- 
ettes 2,3, Co-Capt. 3; Outstanding 
Rhythmette of the Year Award 3; 
Homcoming 1,2,3; Jun ior-Sen ioor 
Prom Comm. 3; Transfer 4. 



NANCY MARIE WOOD 

Enthusiastic buccaneer. . .friendly 
smile. . .winning personality. . . 
whiz with the sewing machine. . . 
Nancy may look quiet, but we 
know better. 

Pep Club 1,4; Glee Club 1,2; 
Student Council 2; Prom Comm. 3; 
Drivers Ed. 3; Yearbook 4; Ski 
Club 4. 





WILLIAM JOHN KLEBER 



Devilish grin. . .love of fun and 
laughter. . .takes life as it comes 
. . .tremendous dancer. . .Billy is 
always ready for a good time. 

Football 1; Audio-Visual Aids 1, 
2; Dance Comm. 2; Prom Comm. 
3,4; Hockey 3,4; Chef Club 3; 
Executive Council 3; Powderhorn 
4; Ski Club 4. 




DAVID ARTHUR SMITH 

Very intelligent. . .scientific 
mind: a thinker. . .quiet until you 
know him. . .David has received 
the respect and admiration of all 
of us . 

Frerrh Club 1; Math League 1,2, 
3,4; NEDT Award 2; Debating 
Club 2; Physics Club 2; Chem. 
Club President 3; Rensselaer 
Medal 3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Certificate of Merit, Math 
League 3; Certificate of Merit 
NMST 4; Actuaries Award 3. 




SUSAN ELIZABETH AINSWORTH 

Feminine and gentle. . .flawless 
appearance. . .soft-spoken and 
warm-hearted. . .Sue's many friends 
will never forget her. 

Art Club 2; Ski Club 3; Transfer 
3; Powderhorn 4. 



NANCY ELIZABETH RIESSLE 

Sweet and pretty. . .wonderful to 
know. . .a true and loyal friend 
. . .Nancy is well on her way to 
future happiness. 

Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4. 




LINDA MAY ARDIZZONI 





WILLIAM ANDERSON 

Quiet and pensive, but with a 
ready smile. . .courteous and con- 
scientious. . .These are the qual- 
ities that promise Bill all future 
success. 

Math Club 1; Chess Club 3; Ski 
Club 3,4; J.V. Basketball 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 2,3; Spring Track 
4; Soccer 2,3; Stage Lighting 4; 
College Planning. 



Fun-lover. . .Latin enthusiast. . . 
ever ready to lend a helping hand 
. . .Linda will be remembered for 
her ability to get a job done well. 

Future Teachers 1; Glee Club 1, 
2; Pep Club 1,3; Latin Club 2,3, 
4, Treasurer 4; Field Hockey 2,3; 
Latin Honor Society 2,3; Drivers 
Ed. 2; Ski Club 3; Prom Comm. 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3; 
Yearbook 4, 





GERALDINE D. BARBAGALLO 

Sparkling eyes. . .care-free and 
flirtatious. . .always ready to do 
something new. . .Gerry's love 
for life and friends makes her 
unforgettab le . 

Basketball 1; Glee Club 1,2; Ski 
Club 2; Drivers Ed. 3; Prom Com. 
3; Yearbook 4. 



JOHN H. WEED 

Quiet. . .mannerly and thoughtful 
. . .trustful and trustworthy. . . 
John has the qualities that make 
him a well-rounded and likeable 
person among his many friends. 

Football 1. 



JACQUELINE FRANCES LAX 

Small, but only in stature. . .dar- 
ing, with a delightful disposition 
. . .carefree. . .lives life to the 
fullest. . .Jackie's king-sized grin 
has lifted many spirits at B.H.S. 

Transfer 1; Art Club 3; Prom 
Committee 3,4. 






LINDA PATRICIA GOGUEN 

Long hair is Linda's trademark, 
quiet, poised, and pensive ma- 
jorette captain. . .If something 
needs doing, ask Linda, she'll 
be there! 

Art Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 1, 
2; Basketball 1,3; Pep Club 1; 
Majorettes 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; 
Drivers Ed. 3; Junior Prom 3; 
Yearbook 4. 



NANCY ANN GRABLE 

Short. . .sometimes quiet. . .a 
beautiful voice in both singing 
and talking. . .a great sport. 

Chorus 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Drama 
Club 4. 




PHILIP ARTHUR ROBINSON 

Tall, blond. . .mechanically mind- 
ed. . .quiet, loyal. . .good man- 
ners. . .Phil's many past achieve- 
ments are only a test of what is 
to come for him in the future. 

Cross Country 1,2,3; Winter Track 




THOMAS DAVID BOC 



Sometimes smiling, sometimes 
thoughtful. . .in music, in drama- 
tics, Tom's expressiveness makes 
him uniquely himself. 

Student Council 2; Chess Club 1, 
2; Intra. Sports 1,2; Yearbook 
Asst. Ed. 1; Nat. Hon. Soc. 1,3,4; 
Latin Club 2; Nat. Thesp. Soc. 
3,4; Dramatics Club, Pres. 4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; All District Band 
4; Representative 4; TAHAS 3; 
Math League 3; Nat. Geol. Soc., 
Pres. 1. 



SUZANNE VIRGINIA PALMERI 

Quiet, but fun. . .beautiful hair, 
twinkling eyes. . .friendly, loyal, 
sincere. . .None but the best lies 
in store for Sue in the future. 

Dramatics Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; 
2; Future Teachers 1; Pep Club 
1,2; Dance 1,2,3,4; Art Club 2; 
Drivers Ed. 2; Ski Club 3,4; Human 
Relations Council, Secretary 3; 
Psychology Club 4. 



FRANCES AVERILL SWEET 

A warm smile and a sincere 
friendliness. . .interested and 
involved. . .Franny has made 
many, many friends and will make 
many more as long as she keeps 
her warm personality. 

Future Teachers of America 2,3; 
Yearbook 4. 




DEBORAH KIMBALL MOWERS 



Able actress. . .loyal friend. . . 
intelligent with a good sense of 
humor. . .soph is ti coted . . .Always 
in perfect good taste. . .Debbie 
is at the same time interested 
and interesting. . . 

Pep Club 1; French Club 2,3; 
Glee Club 2; Driver Ed. 2; Cer- 
tificate of Merit 3; Thespian 
Society 3,4; Ski Club 3; Ensemble 
3,4; Yearbook 4. 





ANTHONY JOSEPH RICCI 

Devilish grin. . .talented pianist 
and organist. . .valuable asset to 
the school choir. . .In Tony music 
and laughter form a harmonious 
blend. 

Choir 2,3,4; Boys' Ensemble 3,4; 
Mixed Ensemble 3,4; Latin Club 
1; Glee Club 1,2; Driver Ed. 2. 



SUSANNE CHERYL SANTAPAUL 

Athletic. . .fun. . .happy. . .bubbly 
. . .Latin Club member, . .Susanne 
involves herself and becomes a 
vital part of whatever is going 
on. . . 

Basketball 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,4; 
Glee Club 1,2; Latin Club 2,3; 
Prom 3,4; Latin Hon. Soc. 2,3; 
Field Hockey 2,3,4; Driver Ed. 3; 
Homecoming 4. 




DEBORAH JANE NEAL 

Big brown eyes and silky brown 
hair. . .sweet. . .generous. . . 
helpful. . .willing. . .Debby's quiet 
good-nature will send her far. . . 

Pep Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; 
Prom 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; French 
Club 2; Dramatics Club 1; Field 
Hockey 2,3,4; Driver Ed. 3; Year- 
book 4. 



DAVID WILLIAM CROSBY 

Alert and able. . .whether Dino 
or a "Black Knight". . .great 
sense of humor. . .Dave's won- 
derful wit will take him a long 
way. . . 

Transfer 2; Spring Track 2; Exec- 
utive Council 3; Dramatics Club 
3; Cross Country 3,4; Thespian 
Society 3,4. 



LINDA M. SELFRIDGE 

Happy-go-lucky. . .fun to talk to 
and be with. . .a soft voice but a 
peppy manner. . .Linda has made 
many friends who will never for- 
get her. 

jRed Cross Volunteer 4; Art Club 4. 




GAIL ELIZABETH ROOME 

Bright eyes. . .sparkling person- 
ality. . .well dressed. . .neat and 
precise. . .a friend to all. . .Gail's 
good nature and great sense of 
humor make her wonderful to know. 

Red Cross Volunteer 2; Driver Ed. 
3; Powderhorn 4. 



DIANE ELIZABETH PRIMMERMAN 

Quiet. . .sincere. . .loyal. . . 
dependable. . .a hard worker who 
is sure to get things done. . .a 
warm smile. . .these ore the traits 
that have made Diane a well-liked 
member of our class. . . 

Drama Club 1; French Club 2; 
Driver Ed. 3; Yearbook 4. 





RICHARD E. MARCHAND 

Active in sports. . .a reserved but 
fun-loving guy. . .dependable and 
sincere. . .Rick's outlook on life 
is centered around his happy 
disposition. 

Cross Country 1; Student Council 
2,3; Powderhorn 4; Football 4; 
Hockey 4. 




STEPHEN ARTHUR SHEA 

Big brown eyes. . .blond hair. . . 
a quiet voice. . .sincere but full 
of fun and comoroderie. . .Steve 
is one of the best. . . 

Drama Club 1; J.V. Baseball 2; 
Powderhorn 4. 




JEAN CARROLL GREENBAUM 

Poise and sophistication coupled 
with good looks. . .musical ability 
and a certain bounce all her own 
. . .that's our Greenie! 

Glee Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; 
Lighting Club 3; District Choir 
3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Double Sextet 
2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Yearbook 4; 
National Thespian Society 3.4; 
Ski Club 4. 



KATHLEEN WELLS 

Loves sports in general. . .always 
willing to help. . .enjoys a good 
time. . .Kathy's ever-present smile 
has brightened many classes. . . 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; FTA 1,2; 
Dance 3,4; Powderhorn 3; Folk 
Singing Club 3; Ensemble 4. 




DALE KRISTINE LINDSTROM 

Blonde and blue-eyed. . .gay and 
carefree. . .quick sense of humor 
. . .Dale's cheerful outlook will 
take her a long way in the future. 

Drama Club 1.2; Red Cross Vol- 
unteer 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Library 
Club 2; Ensembles 3,4; Art Club 4. 




BEVERLY ANN WESTON 

Blonde hair. . .sparkling eyes. . . 
a cheery smile. . .a real hard work- 
er who gets things done. . .Bev 
has been a vital part of BHS. . . 

Art Club 1; Latin Club 2; Powder- 
horn 4; Yearbook 4; Driver Ed. 4. 





JOHN R. LUCAS 

Witty and daring. . .few words but 
many actions. . .always where 
the action is. . .John has been a 
vital part of BHS. . . 

National Jr. Hon. Soc. 1; Junior 
Mixmasters 1; Photography Club 
2; Transfer 2; Chess Club 3; Math 
League 4; Monitor 4. 



JOHN L. CRETECOS 

Cleon-cut and courteous. . .some- 
times shy. . .well-liked by every- 
one. . .John's dependable ways 
will aid him in his every endeavor. 




REBECCA LYNN EDGE 

A big smile and boundless en- 
thusiasm. . .friendliness and fun 
. . .Becky's outlook on life guar- 
antees nothing but success. . . 

FTA 1; Transfer 2; Home Ec Club 
2; Softball 3; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Spanish Club 4. 




BEVERLY JEAN PURCHASE 

Charming smile. . .nimble with a 
thimble. . .warm and understanding 
• . .Bev is always willing to lend 
a he Iping hand . . . 

Driver Ed. 2,3; Prom 4; Yearbook 4. 





DIANNE MARIE MILLIGAN 

Short. . .sweet. . .future nurse. . . 
Dianne's generous helping hand 
has made her a great success at 
BHS. . . 

Glee Club 1; Basketball 1. 



VIRGINIA LEE SAVIGNAC 

Powderhorn editor. . .sociable. . . 
talkative but with always some- 
thing nice to say. . .big brown 
eyes. . .good sport and lots of 
fun. . .Gini's many friends can all 
tell you that she's just tops. . . 

Glee Club 12; Latin Club 1,3,4; 
Drama Club 1; Driver Ed. 3; Bas» 
ketball 3,4; Ensembles 4; Ski 
Club 4; Powderhorn Ass. Ed. 4. 





CHRISTOPHER J. NOLAN 

A great sport. . .easy to get along 
with. . .good sense of humor. . .a 
great stic k-to-iti veness . . .these 
are the qualities that will make 
Chris as many friends in the future 
as he has now. . . 

Driver Ed. 3; Hockey 3,4. 




ROBERT MICHAEL RAFFAELO 

Quiet. . .shy. . .dependable. . . 
mischievous. . .We wish Bob al 
the success in the future. . . 





MARYELLEN ANNE O'NEIL 

Friendly and sincere. . .a ready 
smile for all. . .willing and helpful 
. . .intelligence and personality 
too. . .MaryE lien's winning ways 
make her a pleasure to know. . . 

Glee Club 2; French Club 2,3; 
Certificate of Merit 2; Driver Ed. 
2; Softball 2,3 ; Ensembles 3; Pep 
Club 3; Ski Club 3; National Hon. 
Soc. 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Yearbook 
4; Choir 4; Double Sextette 4. 



DONNA LEE ARMSTRONG 

Beautiful blonde hair. . .a warm 
voice. . .0 friendly smile. . . 
dreaming eyes. . .Donna's warm 
way makes her future success 
assured. . . 

Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 3; Pow- 
derhorn 3; Prom 4; Ski Club 4; 
Yearbook 4; Driver Ed. 4. 




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ELAINE MEE 



Perfectly poised. . .beautiful long 
hair. . .always able to turn the 
head of any boy. . .cheerleader 
and choir member. . .Elaine has 
been a vital part of the organiza- 
tions she has participated in. . . 

Cheerleading 1,2,3, Capt, 4; Glee 
Club 1; Student Council 2,3, Sec. 
4; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1, 
2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Double Sextette 
J. 4; rrom o, 4; Softball 3,4; Na- 
tional Hon. Soc. 3,4; Yearbook 4. 





JOHN MICHAEL LOONEY 

Hard-working. . .sincere. . .de- 
pendable. . .sportsmanship plus 
.John's determination will 
carry him far. . . 

Football 1, J.V. 2, V. 3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1; Track 1,2,3. 



SALLIE JEAN BEAUMONT 

New girl in town. . .cheerful and 
lots of fun to be with. . .always 
has a smile for everyone and 
friendly hello. . .Sallie is a re- 
warding new member of BHS. . . 

Pep Club 1,2,3; FTA 2,3; French 
Club 1,2; German Club Pres. 3; 
Transfer 4; Ski Club 4; PTA Car- 
nival 3; Human Relations Council 
4; Yearbook 4. 




JOSEPH PAUL MOTT 

Tall with dark hair. . .quiet but 
daring. . .always knows where 
there's fun to be found. . .Joe's 
a great person to know. . . 

E lectronics Club 1 ; Record Club 4. 



ELLEN MARY HENEBRY 

New to BHS. . .reliable and fun 
to be with. . .dancing green eyes 
. . .sincere. . .we wish all success 
to Ellen in the future. . . 

Pep Club 1,2,3; FTA Pres. 4; 
French Club 2; Softball 1; Latin 
Club 2; Prom 3; Field Hockey 
Capt. 1; National Hon. Soc. 3; 
Newspaper 2; Transfer 4. 



ELIZABETH CONNORS 

Pretty green eyes and dark hair 
. . .popular everywhere. . .Prom 
princess. . .willing worker with 
loads of energy. . .Betty's friend- 
ship is a wonderful thing to have. 

Pep Club 1; Christmas Donee 2; 
Yearbook 4. 











ANNE ELIZABETH QUIGLEY 

Warmth. . .friendliness. . .sin- 
cerity—these are Anne. . .petite 
with beautiful brown eyes with 
long, long loshes. . .Anne's help- 
ing hands and numerous talents 
will leave a lasting impression 
on her classmates at BHS. . • 

Math Club 1; Choral 1; Sodality 
1,2; Transfer 3; Driver Ed. 3; 
Yearbook 4. 



KAREN KAHRE 

Fun-loving. . .always carefree. . . 
outgoing. . .lively and vivacious 
. . .shining blonde hair. . .Friend- 
liness is Karen's most outstanding 
characteristic. 




ARTHUR LAWRENCE BOLTON 

Reserved, good-natured, content 
with life. . .dependable friend. . . 
sincerity in all he does. . .Larry 
seems quiet to some, but not to 
those who know him. . . 

French Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; 
Chess Club 4. 




KENNETH STEPHEN GRASLIE 

Tall and good-looking. . .artistic 
and sharp witted. . .fun to be with 
. . .Ken's friendship is a valuable 
thing to have. 

Spring Track 1.2.3,4; Winter Track 
2,3; Science CIud I; Boston Globe 
Art Award 3. 



CATHERINE A. STRAIN 

Friendly and easy-going. . .in- 
quisitive. . .quick sense of humor 
. . .she may look quiet, but look 
again. . .Cathy's warm laughter 
has won her many friends. 

Drama Club 1; V.A. Volunteer 2; 
Driver Ed. 3; Emerson Hospital 
Volunteer 3; Powderhorn 4. 

CARYN RUTH MURDOCK 

Bubbly and friendly. . .a fine and 
talented actress. . .Caryn's south- 
ern charm makes her a pleasure 
to know. 

Pep Club 1,3; Science Club Vice- 
Pres. 1; Newspaper 1; National 
Forensic League 2; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Girls Service League 2; 
National Thespian Soc. 3, Sec. 4; 
National Hon. Soc. 1,3,4; Regional 
Cast 3; Prom Queen 3; Drama Club 
3, Vice-Pres. 4; Transfer 3; Hu- 
man Relations Council 3. 




EVELYN M. DAVIS 

Sandy brown hair. . .well-dressed 
. . .athletic. . .liked by ail. 



Girls' Athletic 
Driver Ed . 3. 



Association 1.2: 





ROBERT 0. KELLY 

Dark. . .forever wearing a wide 
grin. . .sincere. . .avia bowling 
enthusiast. . .Bob is assured of a 
fine future and many friends. 

Electronics Club 1,2,3. 



MARILYN WHITE 

Fun-loving. . .cute, . .mischievous 
twinkle in her eye. . .a ready smile 
for all. . .To be happy and gay 
and liked by all is an accomplish- 
ment few achieve. 



Glee Club 1,2; 
Field Hockey 3,4. 



Basketball 3; 




LORRIE JOYCE HARVEY 

Demure disposition, . .future 
teacher. . .dependable. . .quiet 
and gentle. . .Lorrie's warm smile 
is so very winning. 

Drama Clob 1; Glee Club 2; FTA 
3; Prom 3; Yearbook 4. 



JOHN GERALD LONG 

Honor Society President. . .in- 
dustrious and dependable. . .quiet 
wit, . .sharp dresser. , .John's 
future success is guaranteed. 

Student Council 1; Track 1,4; 
Class Treas. 1; Class Pres. 2; 
French Club 2; Wrestling 2; Ten- 
nis 2,3,4; Transfer 3; Prom 3; 
Executive Council 3; Chemistry 
Club 3; National Hon. Soc. 3, 
Pres. 1,4; Citizenship Committee 
4; Ski Club 4; Human Relations 
Council 4; Math League 4. 



PAULA MARIA FRADO 

Enthusiastic Cheerleader. . .beau- 
tiful brown eyes and long dark 
hair, , .feminine and friendly. . . 
artistic. . .Paula is a welcome 
part of any organization. 

Glee Club 1,2; Cheerleading 1,2, 
3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Christmas 
Dance 2; Prom 3; Driver Ed, 3, 
Yearbook 4. 






JOAN LESLIE PALMERI 

Enthusiastic cheerleader. , .shin- 
ing black hair. . .fun-loving in 
every way. . .sincere friend to all 
Joanie gives much of her time. . . 
Her achievements v/ill be many. 

Field Hockey 1, V. 2,3; Glee 
Club 1,2; Class Secretary 1,3; 
Basketball 1; Christmas Dance 2; 
Prom 3,4; Powderhorn 3; Ski Club 
4; Girl's State 3; Cheerleading 4; 
Yearbook, Asst. Bus. Manager 4. 




JOSEPH K. WILKINS 

Dramatic and daring. . .an avid 
sports car enthusiast. . .skeet 
shooter. . .outspoken, but not too 
. . .witty and a good sport. . . 
Joe's mischievous grin tells all. 

Rifle Team 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Drama 
Club 4; National Thespian So- 
ciety 3,4; State All-Star Rifle 
Team 1. 




CHERYL A. BOWEN 

Dancing smile. . .blue eyes. . . 
captivating charmer. . .ambitious, 
but warm and sincere. . .BHS 
wouldn't be the same without 
Cheryl. 

Field Hockey 2,4; Art Club 1; 
Glee Club 1,2; Ensembles 3; Prom 
3.4; Executive Council 4; Citizen- 
ship Committee 3, Co-chairman 
4; Yearbook 4. 



CORENE ANNE GEARY 

Slender. . .well-dressed. . .full 
of fun. . .popular. . .Corene's 
carefree ways make her a delight 
to know. 

Glee Club 2; Prom 3; Yearbook 4. 




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STEVEN R. HILL 



Tall, muscular, and good-looking 
. . .athlete. . .photographer. . . 
deep, low voice. . .These are 
the ingredients that make Steve 
one of the most popular and well- 
liked boys in the school. 

Soccer J.V. 1, V. 2; Swimming 2, 
3; International School Science 
Prize 1; Debating 2,3; Yearbook 
3,4; Newspaper 3; Ski Club 3,4; 
Science Club 3; Photography 
Award 3; Transfer 3; Electronics 
Club 4; Rifle Team 4; Stage 
Lighting 4. 



BARBARA ANN LARNER 

Long, dark blonde hair. . .quiet 
. . .intelligent. . .artistic. . . 
completely and uniquely herself 
. . .Barbara is well on her way 
to success in the future. 

Varsity Scholars 2; Art Group 2; 
Executive Council 3; Transfer 
3; Psychology Club 4. 





BARBARA ANNE NELSON 



LINDA M. SOUSA 

Quiet. . .industrious. . .sincere 
and fun-loving. . .Linda's worm 
friendliness has always been a 
most welcome part of our class. 

Student Council 1; Glee Club 1, 
2; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2; 
Drama Club 3; Executive Comm. 
3,4; Prom 3,4; Yearbook 4. 





JOHN G. FILIOS 

Sports enthusiasts. . .varisty 
hockey player and valuable band 
member. . .John's easy-going 
ways typify his all-around per- 
sonality. . . 

Band 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Hockey 
2,3,4; Football 4; Baseball 3. 



Friendliest of personalities. . . 
industrious, and at the same time 
interested in outside activities 
. . .beautiful soprano voice. . . 
Barbara is always sincere and 
likeable. . . 

Glee Club 1,2; Math League 1,3; 
Choir 2,3,4; Ensemble 3; Double 
Sextette 2,3,4; Legion Essay 
Contest First Prize 3; Yearbook 
4; National Hon. Soc. 3,4. 





CHRISTINE RENEE ELLIOTT 

Sweet, sensitive, and thoughtful 
. . .artisitc. . .lends a helping 
hand willingly. . .Chris's gentle, 
cheerful manner makes her a de- 
light to know. . . 

Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Art 
Club 1,2; Transfer 3; Prom 3; 
Yearbook 4. 




ROBERT JAMES STOCKWELL 

Toll, good-looking charmer. . . 
chestnut hair. . .not too talkative, 
not too shy. . .dependable. . . 
Bob is a sure winner. . . 

German Club, Pres. 3; Ski Club 4. 




JOYCE MARY GRAHAM 

Beautiful dark eyes and hair. . . 
friendly as can be. . .quiet and 
thoughtful. . .these are the aual- 
ities that make Joyce loved by 
all who know her. . . 

Basketball 1,4; Driver Ed. 2,3; 
Yearbook 4. 





MARY ANNE TURNER 

A beautiful pair of big, green 
eyes, and long thick lashes. . . 
dramatic and musical. . .spirited 
witty, intelligent, willing worker 
. .Mary Anne's achievements 
are many, and her future, bright. 

FTA 1; Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 
2,3,4; French Club 2, Treas. 3; 
Ensembles 3,4; Choir 4; Prom 3; 
Thespian Soc. 4; Dramatics Club 
4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Ski Club 
4; Exec. Council 4; Yearbook 4; 
Driver Ed. 4; Latin Hon. Soc. 3. 

FREDERICK A. FERRY 

Easy-going. . .content. . .looks 
at life with a smile. . .capable 
monitor. . .sly wit. . .Fred has a 
likeability that will take him far. 

Audio-Visual Aids 1; Rifle Club 
2; E lectronics Club 2; Photography 
C lub 4; Mon itor 4. 





ROBERT THOMAS O'CONNELL 

Co-captain of the football team 
. . .blond. . .masculine. . .appeal- 
ing in many ways. . .Oakie is the 
type of guy who enjoys a good 
time. 

Electronics Club 1; Baseball 1, 
3; Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; 
Chefs' Club 3,4; Hockey 4. 




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BARBARA KAY McLAUGHLIN 

Long blonde hair. . .cute cheer- 
leader. . .bubbly enthusiasm. . . 
out-going. . .intelligent. . .Barbie 
will long be remembered at B.H.S. 

Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Spanish Club 
1; Pep Club 1,3; Prom 3,4; Cheer- 
leading 3,4; Christmas Dance 2; 
Mass. Speech Festival 2; Tennis 
3,4; College Planning 3; Yearbook 
4; Citizenship Comm. Sec. 4. 




NANCY E. CLARK 

Brown hair and blue eyes. . . 
barefoot belle. . .cute smile and 
a friendly manner. . .These qual- 
ities make Nancy welcome where- 
ever she goes. 

Home Ec. Club 1; French Club 
2,3; Chorus 1; Ensemble 3; Trans- 
fer 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Prom 3,4; 
Yearbook 4; Homecoming 3; Exec. 
Board 3,4. 

JOHN H. LAVIN 

Mischievous. . .always out for a 
good time. . .never at a loss for 
words. . .a joke for any situation 
. . .John's easy-going attitude 
and sense of humor have won him 
many friends . 

Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,4; 
Debating Club 1; Latin Club 2; 
Spanish Club, V. Pres. 3; Pow- 
derforn 4. 




WILLIAM NORMAN ROY 



Industrious. . .hard-working. . . 
just the right touch of fun. . .a 
handsome guy with manners to 
match. . .B.H.S. wouldn't be the 
same without Billy. 

Industrial Arts Club 1; Latin Club 
Dances 1,2,4; Football 1; Bas- 
ketball 1,2; J.V. Baseball 1,2; 
French Club 2; Electronics Club 
3,4; Exec. Council 3; Chefs' Club 
3,4; Spanish Club 3. 




MARIANNE SANTAPAUL 

Intelligent, industrious, depend- 
able. . .in short, one in a million! 
. . .Marianne's winning smile and 
friendly manner have won respect 
and admiration as well as many 
fr iends . 

FTA 1,2; Math Leogue 1,2,3,4; 
Glee Club 1,2; Ensembles 3,4; 
Driver Ed. 3; Ski Club 4; Powder- 
horn Page Ed. 4; Latin Hon. Soc. 
2; Pep Club 1,3,4; Latin Club 2, 
3, Sec. 4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
Prom 3,4; Basketball 4; Thes- 
pians 4; Tennis 4. 





KATHERINE L. McGOVERN 

Sunny disposition. . .dimpled 
smile. . .Irish wit. . .loads of fun 
and energy. . .Kathy has made 
many enduring friends. 

Glee Club 12; Latin Club 1,2,3; 
Softball 1; Red C ross Volunteer 
3,4. 



ANDREW YASINSKI 

Intelligence plus. . .'?lt's Aca- 
demic" team member. . .unique 
sense of humor. . .sharp-witted 
. . .Andy may look shy, but don't 
be fooled. 

Football Manager 1,2; Baseball 
1; Student Council 2; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Tournament of 
Plays 4; Ski Club 4; Powderhorn 
4; "It's Academic" Team 4. 




BRUCE HULBERT 

Sometimes serious, sometimes 
smiling. . .tall. . .blond. . .calm 
. . .good-natured. . .The best of 
fortune will be Bruce's. 

Latin Club 1,2; Chemistry Club 3. 




CHRISTINE ANDREA GRAHN 

Quietly expressive. . .fair com- 
plexion and hair. . .Chris is an 
example of femininity, intelli- 
gence, and thoughtfu Iness that 
will long be remembered by her 
classmates. 

Second Prize Winner in Izmir 
Nato Essay Contest; Library Club 
2,3; Student-Teacher Seminar 
Group 3; Host Nations Club 3; 
Driver Ed. 4; FTA 4. 




JANET STEARNS 

Blue eyes. . .bouncing blonde 
hair. . .cheerful. . .co-operative 
. . .artistic bent. . .Yearbook Art 
Editor. . .May Janet enjoy the 
wonderful life she deserves. 

Art Club 1,2; Basketball 3; Dri- 
ver Ed. 3; Yearbook Art Editor 4. 




DAVID PARKER CHAMBERLAIN 

Clean-cut. . .friend to everyone 
. . .enthusiastic athlete. . .smooth 
dancer and a real charmer with 
the girls. . .Dave's high regard 
for others makes him an all-round 
great guy. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Citizenship 
Comm. 1,2,3; Prom 3; Driver Ed. 
3; Monitor 4; Chefs' Club 1. 




KATHLEEN E. HAGGERTY 

Beautiful red hair and green eyes 
. . .lively and fun. . .a California 
dreamer. . .Kathy has been indis- 
pensable at BHS. 

Pep Club 1; Band 1; Glee Club 
2; Driver Ed. 3; Ensembles 3; 
Psychology Club 4. 



JOEL HOO 

Good student— conscientious and 
diligent class worker-first-class 
citizen. . .good athlete. . .popular 
with everyone. . .May the very 
best always be yours, Joe. 

Varsity Track 2,3,4. 





PETER VANNAH 

Carefree. . .flirtatious. . .daring 
. . .always after the fun in life, 
Peter often finds it through his 
good sense of humor and content 
outlook. 



JOHN WARGO 

Tall. . .a great sense for the fun 
things, but with a serious side 
too. . .here from Mississippi. . . 
aspiring West Pointer. . .There's 
nothing but success in store for 
John in future years. 





EILEEN MARIE O'NEIL 

Petite. . .intelligence. . .friend- 
liness and sincerity. . .dependa- 
bility. . .These are the qualities 
that promise Eileen all success 
in the future. 

Glee Club 1; French Club 1,4, 
Pres. 2,3; Math League 2,3,4; 
J.V. Softball 2,3; Psychology 
Club 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4. 




JEAN ANITA CAIRNS 

Dark-haired majorette. . .accom- 
plished actress. . .beautiful smile 
. . .Jean's talent and ambition 
will take her far. 

Pep Club 1,3,4; Thespian Soc. 
2,3, Trees. 4; Dramatics Club 1, 
2; Prom 3; Yearbook 4; Majorette 
4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Sec. 4; 
Spanish Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; French 
Club 1,2. 



MICHAEL PHILIPPE ROUX 

Tall. . .lithe. . .big eyes. . .mis- 
chievous. . .happy-go-lucky. . . 

we wish Mike all success in the 
future. 



JAMES ALLISON 

Tall, athletic monitor, . .intelli- 
gent, dependable. , .conscientious 
well-liked, . .Jim's many and 
varied talents will lead him to 
success in all he attempts, 

Latin Club 1,2,4; A,P,S,L, Cer- 
tificate 2,3; Cross Country 1,2,3, 
4; Class Vice-Pres, 3; Latin 
Hon, Soc, 3; Basketball 1; Track 
1,2; Winter Track 2; Nat, Hon, 
Soc. 3,4; Chemistry Club 3; Ten- 
nis 3; Student Council V, Pres, 4. 




DOREEN SUSAN SPENCER 

Personality and popularity. . . 
beautiful eyes and smile. . .vi- 
vacious. . .always where the fun 
Is. , ,Doreen's good looks and 
likeability will win her as many 
friends in the future as they have 
in the past. 

Art Club 1; Prom 3; Pep Club 3, 
4; Executive Council 4; Year- 
book 4; Class Secretary 4, 



MARY BETH GEILFUSS 

Always thoughtful and kind. . . 
fun-loving. . .pretty and well= 
dressed. . .Mary Beth will enjoy 
a 1 1 the best in life. 



Basketball 
Ed. 4. 



1,3; Prom 3; Driver 



PAULA ANNE LITTLE 

Big brown eyes and long, sweep- 
ing lashes. . .full of laughter. . . 
always ready to suggest some- 
thing fun. . .Paula's infectious 
attitude has won her many friends. 

Choir 1,2; Prom 3; Driver Ed. 3 
Art Club 2; Yearbook 4. 



DAVID W. CRAWFORD 

Good-looking. . .versatile and 
enthusiastic athlete. . .top stu- 
dent. . .sincere. . .dependable. . . 
David's great personality com- 
bined with his spirited drive for 
success will insure him a prom- 
ising future. 

TAHAS 1; Rifle Team 1; Choir 
2,3,4; Northeast Choir 3; Math 
League 3,4; French Club 2; Glee 
Club 2; V. Tennis 2; Hon. Soc. 
3,4; Yearbook 4; All State Choir 
3; Class V. Pres. 4; Student 
Council 4; Student Gov't Rep. 4; 
Monitor 4; V. Winter Track 3, 




MAUREEN FONE 

Full of fun in a quiet way. . . 
perky and petite. . .Maureen is 
always ready to offer a welcome 
smile and helping hand whenever 
she is needed. 

Glee Club 1; Christmas Dance 2. 



MARTHA DODGE 

Soft-spoken and lovely. . .a mirror 
of poise and sophistication. . . 
whiz at tennis ana a willing worker 
. . .Martie's many talents will 
pave the way for future success. 

Ski Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2 3,4; 
Prom 3; Tennis 3; Art CIud 1; 
Basketball 1; French Club 2; 
Christmas Dance 2; Yearbook 4. 




EDWIN A. CHASE 

Curly brown hair and sparkling 
eyes. . .a true artist loaded with 
talent. . .fun-loving and free. . . 
Buddy's friends will never forget 
him. 



Art Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Prom 
3; Yearbook 4. 



CAROL ANN JACKSON 



Long, dark hair. . .flirtatious. . . 
active in band and choir. . .a big 
smile for everyone. . ."Moonbeam 
McSwine". . .Ann's sincere per- 
sonality will always be remem- 
bered by all who know her. 

Band 1,2 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dra- 
matics Club I; Basketball 2; Glee 
Club 2; Double Sextette 3; Driver 
Ed. 3; Ensemble 4; Yearbook 4. 




EDWARD J, DINITTO 

Dark hair and brown eyes. . . 
friendly grin. . .easy-going. . . 
Ed's happy-go-lucky outlook on 
life will take him far. 

Electronics Club 1,2; Driver Ed. 3. 




STEVEN ANDREW SPENCER 

Wry sense of humor. . .a thinker 
. , .tall and quiet. , .Steve has 
the rare quality of being able to 
see both sides of a question that 
will win him the respect of all 
he meets. 

Chemistry Club 1,3; Physics Club 
2; Dramatics 2,3,4; Math League 
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Thespian 4. 



GAIL SUSAN OILMAN 

Industrious. . .intelligent. . .well- 
read. . .talkative. . .out-going. . . 
Gail's winning ways will carry 
her far. 

Choir 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2, 
Sec. 3; Glee Club 1,2; Mass. 
Speech Festival 2; Ensemble 3, 
4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Editor 
French Newspaper 3; Double 
Sextette 3; National Latin Hon. 
Soc. 3; Yearbook Literory Ed. 4. 



MARTHA LOUISE LEWIS 

Friendly. . .soft smile. . .quiet 
ways. . .Martha's sincere manner 
combined with her dependable 
character make her a pleasing 
person to know. 

Dramatics Club 1; Glee Club 2; 
Ensemble 3; French Club 3; Psy- 
chology C lub 4. 




MICHAEL EDWARD HINKLEY 

Athletic. . .carefree. . .full of 
fun. . .always with a big grin. . . 
content with life. . .Mike's friends 
are numerous, his accomplish- 
ments many. 

Track 1; Winter Track 2,3,4; 
Spring Track 2,3,4; Chefs' Club 3. 





CHARLES STEVEN JONES 

Our Class President. . .intelli- 
gent and talented at everything he 
tries. . .popular with all. . .Chuck 
is o sure bet for future success. 

Citizenship Comm. 1,2,3, Chair- 
man 4; Human Relations Council 
1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Class Vice- 
Pres. 2, Pres. 4; Baseball 2; 
French Club Treas. 2; Prom 3; 
Student Council 4; Nat. Hon. 
Soc. 3,4; Boys' State 3; N.E. 
District Choir 4; Monitor 4; Year- 
book 4. 

PATRICIA ANN SMITH 

Fun and fun-loving. . .ambitious 
. . .friendly. . .her actions are 
like her curls — natural. . .Pat has 
won many friends at B.H.S. and 
will win many more in her future 
life. 

Basketball 1,2,4; Glee Club 1,2; 
Driver Ed. 2; Prom 3,4; Yearbook 





JUNE MARY RAZZABONI 

Big blue eyes. . .industrious and 
full of mischief. . .June is always 
the first to give of herself to 
others . 

Class Treas. 1,2; Pep Club 1; 
Math League 1,2; Basketball 3, 
4, Manager 1,2; F^ield Hockey 1, 
2,3,4; Softball 1,2.3,4; Dances 1, 
2,3,4; Driver Ed. 2; FTA I reas. 
2, Pres. 3; Student Council 3; 
Exec. Council 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. 




JEFFREY FRANCIS GALLANT 

Sincere, quiet. . .capable monitor 
. . .a hard worker with lots of 
school spirit. . .Jeff's many 
friends will always remember him 
for his irreplaceable qualities of 
loyalty and sincerity. 

Football 1,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Cross Country 2; Winter Trock 
3,4; Chefs' Club 2; Powderhorn 
4; Monitor 4. 




DAVID BERTRAM GARLAND 

Frank, honest, and sincere. . . 
intelligent. . .good-natured. . .a 
way with words. . .David com- 
bines sophistication with quick 
wit to make him a person worth 
knowing and a friend worth re- 
membering. 

Drama Club 1,2; French Club 1, 
2; National Thespian Soc. 2,3,4; 
National Honor Soc. 3,4; Best 
Actor Award 2; Powderhorn 3; 
Library Club Pres. 3; National 
Merit Certificate 4; Yearbook 
Ed. 4. 

MAUREEN J. MURPHY 

Pretty with blue eyes and brown 
hair. . .carefree. . .easy to get 
along with and fun to be with. . . 
Maureen's casual outlook on life 
will lead her to a successful 
future. 

Drama Club 1. 




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DONALD McGRATH 

Y.A., he's our man. , .football, 
baseball, basketball, monitor. . . 
a big welcoming grin. . .Y.A. has 
made numerous loyal friends at 
B.H.S. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; 
Basketboll 3; Monitor 4. 




CATHERINE JO BISSANTI 

Quiet. . .shy. , .athletic. , . 
sincere. . .loves kneesocks. . . 
Cathy's presence at B.H.S. has 
been enjoyable to us all. 

Tennis Club 1,2; Equestrian Club 
Treas. 1; Transfer 4; Field Hoc- 
key 4. 





SANDRA KAYE HARBERT 

Cute smile. . .poise. . .welU 
dressed. . .loads of spirit and 
energy. . .B.H.S. would not be 
the same without Sandy. 

Pep Club 3,4; French Club 3; 
Yearbook Girls' Sports Ed. 4; 
Homecoming 4; Exec. Council 4; 
Ensembles 4; Nat. Latin Hon. 
Soc. 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 



ARTHUR WINSTON 

Tall, curly brown hair. . .happy- 
go-lucky, daring. . .pleasant 
smile. . .Arthur nas been a wel- 
come addition to the class of '67. 

Driver Ed. 




TIMOTHY CHARLES COYNE 

Thespian with great talent. . . 
a wonderful organizer with a 
sharp wit. . .courteous and tact- 
ful. . .Tim's warm attitude will 
reap him many rewards. 

Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Thespian 
Society 3, Vice-f^esident 4. 




ANN MARIE HARTWELL 

Beautiful auburn hair. . .mis- 
chievous and full of fun. . .loves 
to go up the "down" staircase 
. . .competent cheerleader. . . 
Ann Marie's bright sense of humor 
reflects her glowing outlook on 
life. 

Glee Club 1,2; Field Hockey 1, 
2,3; Executive Council 2,3,4; 
Prom 3; Powderhorn 3; Ski Club 
4; Yearbook 4; Cheerleading 4. 




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DAVID RUSSELL LUCAS 

Quiet until you get to know him 
. . .friendly. . .courteous. . .a 
wonderful manner of making any- 
one feel at ease. . .David's 
friendship is a valuable asset. 

Photography Club 2; Driver Ed. 
3; Art Club 4; Ensembles 4. 



ARLENE ELAINE ANDERSON 

Lithe and lovely. . .a big grin for 
all. . .full of laughter and energy 
. .Arlene's infectious spon- 
taneity is to be envied by all, 

J.V, Softball 1,2; Chorus 1; Red 
Cross Volunteer 2; Driver Ed, 3; 
Prom 4, 



ROBERT KLEBER 

Daring. . .good-natured. . .always 
ready for a good time. . .often to 
be seen flirting. . .Bobby's casual 
manner has the magic quality of 
setting one at ease. 

Football 1; Track 1. 



GAIL JANE WOODS 

Musical. . .easy to get along with 
. , ,long blonde hair. . .flair with 
fashion. . ."Stupefyin' Jones" 
. .Gail's future success is 
assured . 

Glee Club 1,2; French Club 2; 
Softball 2; Tennis 3; Choir 3,4. 





MICHAEL HARTUNG 

A new face to B.H.S. . .dark brown 
hair. . .powerful physique. . . 
From what we have seen of 
Michael, we think he will go far. 



STEVEN RALPH LANDRY 

Tall and good looking monitor 
. , .friendly and easy to get along 
with, , .at ease in all he does. . . 
Steve's wonderful personality 
and great sense of humor will 
always be remembered. 

Track 1; Hockey 3, 





KERRY KEARNS 

Tall and good-looking with auburn 
hair and deep brown eyes. . .very 
intelligent. . .industrious. . .The 
more yoo get to know Kerry, the 
more you like him. 



STEPHEN MOORE 

Tall and good-looking. . .very 
much the individualist, . .artistic 
. . .ambitious. . .It seems that 
Steve is always doing something 
interesting. 



RONNIE LAUSTRUP 

Tall, blond, good-looking. , . 
friendly, intelligent. . .fun to be 
with. . .these all describe Ronnie, 
best-ail-around. 



JANIS LEWELLEN 

Quiet and shy. . .sincere. . .Janis 
is liked by all of those who know 
her. 



RICHARD HAWES 

Easy-going. . .good-natured. . . 
determined. . .Richard's carefree 
ways will always be remembered. 



ALFRED WILLIAM BARRETT 

Blond hair. . .quiet chess-player 
. . .likeable personality. . .Al's 
future success is assured. 

Chess Club 1,3,4; Science Club 
1; Biology Club 2; Safety Patrol 
1; Student World Affairs Council 4. 



JACQUES MANN 

Artistic and dramatic. . .express- 
ive. . .friendly. . .talkative. . . 
sharp dresser. . .Jack's talent 
and ambition will take him far. 

Drama Club 1,2,3; National Thes- 
pian Society 2,3,4; Art Club 4. 



LELAND HARDING MAIER 

It's nice while it lasts. Good luck. 

Thespian Soc.1,2, Treas.3, Pres. 
4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Debating Club 
2; Math League Statistician 3, 
Co-Capt. 4; Band 1,2,3, Pres. 4; 
Librarian 1,2; NEDT Certificate 
1,2; Merit f^inalist 4; "It's Aca- 
demic" Team 4. 



DENNIS DUCKWORTH 

Tall. . .intelligent. . .good-looking 
. . .quiet. . .new from Virginia 
. . .Dennis has been a welcome 
addition to our class. 

International Affairs Club 1; 
Bowling Club 2; Human Relations 
Council 4; Folk Music Club 3,4; 
Psychology Club 4; Debating Club 
3; Swimming Team 3. 



TIMOTHY McCAUGHEY 

Tall and good-looking. . .number 
one with the girls. . .subtle sense 
of humor. . .daring. . .fun to be 
with. . .Tim's coolness is an 
enviable trait. 

Transfer 3. 



WILLIAM CHARLES LYNCH 

Active and out-going. . .hand- 
some looks and great personality 
. . .athletic. . .popular. . .the 
more you know Billy, the more 
you like him. 

J.V. Baseball 1, V. 2,3,4; Me- 
chanical Drawing Club 1,3; J.V. 
Basketball 2,3, V. 4; Spanish 
Club 4; Powderhorn 4; Monitor 4. 



NIBYA LEIBY 

Dark hair with eyes to match. . . 
a cheery smile. . .o friend to all 
. . .She was a new face from Mon- 
tevideo last year; we hope Nibya 
has enjoyed being here as much 
as we have enjoyed having her. 

Spanish Club 4. 



DOUGLAS MACPHERSON 

Red hair. . .quiet. . .studious. . . 
willing to express his ideas. . , 
Doug can easily adapt to any 
s ituation. 



WARREN GUY WHITFIELD 

Tall. . .Southern good-looks and 
charm. . .easy-going. . .good 
sense of humor. . .Guy's carefree 
outlook on life will always be an 
asset to him. 

Track 1,2; Transfer 4. 



JANE SCHINDLER 

Pretty. . .cheerful, co-operative 
and competent. . .easy to get 
along with. . .Jane's full of fun 
future success is assured. 



KENNETH W, SIERS 

Dark hair and brown eyes. . . 
athletic and good-looking. . .full 
of good fun. . .great sense of 
humor. . .Ken has been a valuable 
addition to the class of '67. 

Transfer 3; Basketball 1,23,4; 
Christmas Play 1,2; Football 2; 
Driver Ed. 3; Prom 3; Audio- 
Visual Aids 3; Cross Country 4; 
Powderhorn 4; Track 4. 



JOHN SAMUEL ROSS 

Intelligent. . .out-going. . .friendly 
to all. . .In the year that Jock 
has been here he has contributed 
a lot to our class. 

Football 1; Letter Club 1; Trans- 
fer 4. 



DOUGLAS SMITH 

Full of fun. . .a great sense of 
humor. . .a better friend you could 
never find. . .carefree. . .a smile 
for everyone. . .Doug's cheerful 
attitude Is a fine way of greeting 
new situations. 



KARIN HILDEGARD WEIMER 

Athletic and honest. . .a real 
good sport. . .Karin has a friendly 
smile for all her new classmates. 
Alles gute, Karin! 

Gym Club 1,2,3; Class Spokes- 
man 2,3; School Committee 2,3; 
Transfer 4; Field Hockey 4; 
Basketball 4; German Club 4. 



RICHARD POTTER 

Quiet shy manner, but full of fun 
. . .Richard's future success Is a 
sure thing. 



BARBARA JANE MURPHY 

Flair for fashion. . .artistic and 
creative. . .intelligent. . .original 
in ideas and actions. . .always 
doing something new. . .Jenny is 
fun to talk to and be with. 

Art Club 1,2; Ski Club 3 4; Year- 
book 4; Psychology Club 4; Ma- 
rine Blo'ogy 3. 



ROBERT E. PORTER 

Good looking. . .a great sense of 
humor. . .a flirt with a friendly 
wink. . .Bob's carefree manner 
has made him many friends. 

Chefs' Club 1,3; Hockey 3. 




KATHLEEN CASSIDY 

Here from Florida. . .red headed 
. . .energetic. . .quick sense of 
humor. . .fun to be with. . .Kathy 
has made many friends at B.H.S. 

Transfer 3; Candy Striper 2; Driver 
Ed. 1; Red Cross Representative 
1,2; Pep Club 2; Ski Club 3; 
Powderhorn 4. 

PETER CHAMBERLAIN 

Co-captain of the football team 
. . .intelligent. . .easy to get 
along with. . .ambitious in all 
areas. . .outgoing personality. . . 
with Peter, it's the person who 
tries the hardest that gains the 
most. 

Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; 
Basketball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; 
Prom 3; Boys' State 3; Driver Ed. 
3; Student Council 3,4; Monitor 4; 
Exec. Council 2,3; Dance 2. 





THEODORE RUETENIK 

Tall, with auburn hair. . .quiet 
. . .musically inclined. . .sincere 
and dependable. . .Ted's many 
talents will enable him to achieve 
his goals. 

Bond 1,2; Football 1,4; Spring 
Track 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 2,3, 
4; Cross Country 3. 




CARROLL RAYMOND BRYAN III 

Individualistic. . .active in choir 
and band. . .dry wit. . .intelligent 
.C.R.'s unique ways will 
always be remembered. 

Drama Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Powderhorn 1; Choir 2,3,4; Thes- 
pian Soc. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Con- 
cert and Marching Band 2,3; Stage 
Band 3,4; All-State Choir 4; Dis- 
trict 4. 




CHERYL CAUGHEY 

Popular. . .smiling. . .full of fun 
ana energy. . .always sneaking 
off to Maine. . .Cheryl's cheerful 
spirit and willing bond have been 
valuable assets to our class. 

Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Dance 
2; FTA 2,3; Driver Ed. 2; Exec. 
Comm. 2; Prom 3; Ensemble 3,4; 
Yearbook R. 



HELEN O'CONNELL 

Friendly. . .helpful. . .petite. . . 
lovely smile and nice eyes. . . 
Helen is one of the all-around 
nicest girls at B.H.S. 

Red Cross Volunteer 2; Powder- 
horn 4. 




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PAMELA STULTZ 

Bouncing blonde hair. . .blue eyes 
. . .a twinkling smile. . . erson- 
ality plus. . .Pamela's brief pres- 
ence at B.H.S. was certainly 
enjoyable for all of us. 

Transfer 3; Traveling Rep. 2; 
Prom 3; Japanese-American Soc. 
1,2,3; Typing Award 1,2; Red 
Cross 1; Basketball 2, Capt. 1; 
Class Sec.-Treas. 1,2, Treos, 3; 
Judo Club 3; Office Girl Award 
3; Ski Club 4; Tennis Team 4. 





ARTHUR SPELLENBURG 

Tall and blond. . .courteous. . . 
conscientious. . .always ready 
with a witty ad-lib. . .Forecast 
for Art's future — sunny I 





THOMAS STEVENSON 

Quiet. . .sincere. . .polite. . .but 
he knows how to enjoy a good 
time. . ,a loyal friend whose 
future success is assured. 



Transfer 3; Ski Club 4; 
4; Yearbook 4. 



Ensemble 




THOMAS EDWARD FEELEY 

Polite but full of fun and laughter 
. . .tall, blond. . .good sense of 
humor. . .Tom is a good friend to 
everyone. 

Football 1; Baseball 1; Audio- 
Visual Aids 1; Chefs' Club 2; 
Dance Band 3. 




ROBERT A. PALUMBO 

Mischievous but quiet. . .class 
dreamer. . .well-liked. . .Bob's 
friendly manner will carry him far. 

Football 1; Chefs' Club 3. 




MICHAEL INLOW 

A quick smile and a warm sincere 
personality. . .sharp dresser. . . 
basketball player. . .These all 
contribute to make Mike well- 
rounded and competent in all he 
does . 

J.V. Basketball 1,2, V. 3,4; J.V. 
Baseball 1, V. 2; French Club 2; 
Harvard Book Award 3; Nat. Hon. 
Soc. 3,4; Math League 3,4. 





DAVID PAUL TONDREAU 

A capable monitor. . .blond. . . 
quiet but friendly. . .avid go- 
korter. . .Dave's determined nature 
will insure him future success. 

Ski Club 4; College Plonnirfg 4. 



ROBERT E. GIENCKE 

Tall. . .blond. . .talented vocalist 
and instrumentalist. . .easy-going 
. . .daring. . .Bob can always add 
the right touch of humor to any 
situation. 

Rifle Club 1; Track 1; Tahas 3; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4. 





COURTLAND HIRSCHI 

Good-looking monitor with a big, 
welcoming smile. . .intelligent 
honest. . .sincere. . .Court is 
always involved in an interesting 
pursuit to which he gives his all. 

Golf 3,4; Debating Club 4; Math 
League 4. 




ANDREW J. LENTINE 

Dark hair and eyes. . .easy to 
get along with. . .artistic. . .Andy 
has been a valuable member of 
the c lass of '67. 




DALE PORTER 

Outstanding athlete. . .great per- 
sonality. . .witty. . .friendly to 
ail. . .Dale's leadership at B.H.S. 
has made a lasting impression. 

Class Pres. 1; Student Council 1; 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2; Ensem- 
bles 4; Dramatics Club 1; Chess 
Club 4; J.V. Football 1, V. 2,3, 
4; J.V. Basketball 1,2, V. 3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



LYNNETTE ROGERS 

Blonde hair. . .merry eyes. . . 
mischievous. . .daring. . .Lynn- 
ette's sparkling manner will in- 
sure her future success. 



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ROBERT LAURENTI 

Dark borwn hair. . .quiet. . . 
musically talented. . .Bob's calm 
outlook on life will take him far. 




STEPHEN HARDING LORD 

Tall. . .friendly. . .number one 
with the girls. . .a great one to 
tell your troubles to. . .generous 
. . .sincere. . .very musical and 
dramatic. . .Steve is understand- 
ing, intelligence, humor and fun 
all rol led into one. 

Drama Club 1,2; Choir 4; Glee 
Club 1; French Club V. Pres. 3; 
Nat. Latin Hon. Soc. 1; Prom 3,4; 
Double Sextette Accompanist 3, 
4; Thespian Soc. 3,4. 



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ALBERT F. SWEENEY III 

Witty. . .outspoken. , .individual- 
ist. . .Albert's outgoing person- 
ality will long be remembered 
by B.H.S. 



PAUL WILLIAM DAHLQUIST 

Intelligent and good-looking. . . 
sharp sense of humor. . .Nebras- 
ka's loss and our gain. . .Paul 
will go far. 

Transfer 4; Student Council 1,2, 
3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; French 
Club 12; Math Club 1,3; B Club 
3; Student Manager 1; Intramural 
Sports 2,3; V. Golf 3; Chess Club 
1,4; Ski Club 4; Golf Club 4. 



TIMOTHY EDWARD SKURKA 

Brown hair and eyes. . .daring 
. . .seems quiet until you get to 
know him. . .We wish Tim all 
success in life. 

Latin Club 1,2; Intramural Base- 
ball, Football, Boxing 1,2; Biology 
Club 3; Sodality 2; Prom 4; Pow- 
derhorn 4. 




DIANE MARIE GARRITY 

Beautiful brown eyes and blonde 
hair. . .friendly and cheerful. . . 
pep plus. . .energetic Buccaneer 
booster. . .fun to be with. . . 
Diane's vitality has made her a 
great asset to our class. 

Gilbert and Sullivan 2; Pep Club 
2,3,4; Transfer 3; College Plan- 
ning 3; Psychology Club 4. 



To the 1967 graduating class - 

Now you are getting ready to build the future. 
You need to be careful and diligent, but remember to be 
confident because you are members of the most inventive 
and prosperous free society in history. 



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Bowen s 


RICHARD A. DAVIDSON B.S., R.P.H. 


Toyland & Hobby Center 




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Bedford, Mass. 


76 GREAT RD. BEDFORD, MASS. 


275-7210 



Com p I i m en ts 





urity 
avemor 



SUPERMARKETS 

OPEN DAILY FROM 9 AM to 9PM 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1967 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 



Bedford, Moss. 



STEFANIE FASHIONS, 
INC. 



Bedfot'd Shopping Center 
BEDFORD, MASS. 
275-6813 



SCHOOLCRAFT'S 
STATIONARY, INC. 
Quality Office-School-Art 

Supplies &Equipment 
Bedford Shopping Center 
275-1233 




In the 
quiet part 
of Town 



HISTORY SURROUNDS YOU 
IN A PEACEFUL SETTING 
BREAKFAST ★ LUNCH * DINNER 
Served From 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

Military, Commercial 
and Standard Rates 

275-6300 

Routes 4-22S, Exit 44 
West off Route 128 




SHOEMAKER, INC. 



Compliments of 



Manufacturers and Retailers of 
Aluminum Home Improvements 



275-9300 



MANDI'S 



GIFT SHOPPE 




The MITRE Corporation is a nonprofit system engineering organization 
providing technical advice to the Electronic Systems Division of the Air 
Force Systems Command. Technical responsibility includes design, de- 
velopment and evaluation of the integrated command and control systems 
required for aerospace operations. 

"The object and purposes of the corporation are exclusively scien- 
tific to engage in, assist, and contribute to the support of scientific ac- 
tivities and projects for, and to perform, engage in, and procure research 
development, engineering and advisory service to or for the United States 
Government, or any department or agency thereof." 



THE DONOVAN COMPANY 



BEDFORD PHARMACY 



Rea Itors 



Bedford Shopping Center 



138 the Great Rd. 



Great Road Shopping Center 



(Routes 4, 62, and 225) 



TEL. 275-6637 



Bedford's Most Complete Variety 




of Nationally Known 




Health & Beauty Aids With 
20 Years of Experience in Their Uses 


POLEO'S 


DOROTHY RUTH'S COSMETICS 


BARBER SHOP 


1 oreai rxoaa 


Rpnfnrn I *=>nt*=>r 

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Bedford Shopping Center 




275-9837 


275-9705 



BEST WISHES 
CLASS OF '67 

BEDFORD FARMS 
ICE CREAM 

That Home 
Made Quality 




OLD 

CORNER 
STORE 

JB '■ cLf-'o/^ ci, c/J ass, achate tts 



Best Wishes From 

F. W. WOOLWORTH'S 

Great Rood Shopping 
Center, Bedford 



INSURANCE 




BY 


CompI iments 
of 


BUSIER - RILEY 


CI IIMDCD u/noi n 
oLUIvlDcn WUnLD 


Bedford & Maynard 




MEDFORD FLOOR COVERING 
BROADLOOMS 


Best Wishes to the Class 
of 1967 


Free Estimates Up to 3 Yrs. to Pay 

We Specialize in Rugs and Carpets 
and Linoleums 

39 Riverside Ave. 341 Great Rd. 
Medford, Mass. Bedford, Mass. 
Phone 396-5640 Phone 275-9550 
396-5641 


Everything for the Home New and Used 
FRIGIDAIRE - G.E. - R.C.A. WHIRLPOOL - MAYTAG 


Compliments 
of 


Television - Stereo - Furniture 

Walcott Sales and Service, Inc. 

48 Great Road, Bedford, Mass. 


BEDFORD 
PACKAGE 
STORE 


RCA RADIO $12.95 




27^7570 

T.E. WALCOTT Residence 729-3756 




MIDDLESEX 


BEDFORD CENTER MARKET 


LUMBER and SUPPLY INC. 




Lumber, Bui Iding Material s 
Mason Supplies, Norfolk Paint 
Bedford, Mass. 

275-7655 


The Friendly Store 



Best Wishes to the Class of "67" 




Bedford Police Association, Inc. 



Best Wishes To 
The Class of '67 
FROM 

OX BOW GARDENS 


Compliments of 
Phil McGovern 


Compliments of 


BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 


186 Great Road, Bedford 


275- 


7261 


**MILK FROM 


SELECTED FARMS" 


275-7066 

THOMAS HARDWARE 

SAWS AND 

FLOOR SANDERS VAI-SPAR THE PAINT MOWERS 

TO RENT THAT DOES IT RIGHT sharpened 
49 GREAT ROAD BEDFORD, MASS. 


275-6161 Z"'*^ 

Jon's Hair Stylisis 

Specializing in 
COLOR — BODY WAVING 

363E GREAT ROAD BEDFORD, MASS. 



DOM'S 


PIZZA SPAGHETTI 


SERVICE STATION 






MANCINI'S 


Prop., DOM PALMERI 


30 SHAWSHEEN AVE , BEDFORD MASS 


a75-S760 


GREASE— OIL— WASH JOBS 




TIRES— ACCESSORIES 




314 Great Road 275-9756 


FISH a CHIPS SUBS 



Compliments of 

LEXINGTON TRUST COMPANY 

THE "ONE-STOP BANK" 
FOR ALL BANKING SERVICES 

1882 Moss. Ave. 94 Great Rd. L,G. Hanscom Field 

Lexington, Mass. Bedford, Mass. Bedford, Mass- 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Congratulations To The 
Class Of 1967 

Bedford Athletic 
Association 



POLLARDS 
Olde Homestead House 

"Where the charm of the 
past is the style of today" 

Great Road Shopping Center 
Bedford 275 -0770 



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AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER 
yjff MOTORS CORPORATION 


1 NC. 


GOULD MOTORS, 


FUEL OILS 


1 N C. 


OIL BURNERS 




Rnii FP<; . FiiPMArpc; 




MAINTENANCE - SERVICE 


25 North Road 


275-6858 369-2558 


Bedford, Mass. 
TEL. 275-7200 


PKMfMIx J. 


CHARLES STEFANELLI 


HENNESSYand Co 


Cigars — Confectionery 
Ice Cream — Tonics - Groceries 


•REALTORS & 


275-0035 275-9868 


GENERAL INSURANCE 




AGENTS 




78 Great Road, Bedford 




275 - 8600 


326 the great road 
275 - 7366 Bedford 



Center Barber Snop 








5 Barbers 








Center Shoe Service 




KNOWN FOR VALUES 




Prompt and Reasonable 

275-9883 








Compliments 




W. T. GRANT CO. 


G E N E T T 1 ' S 


TEL 275-9410 


107 GREAT ROAD 


"Charge it your way" 


BEDFORD, MASS. 




275-6579 


C::7reaT Road bnopping Center BedTord 




unHiiio iMiuyvn run vhluco 


SILVER 


Compliments of 


by 




Reed & Bar+on 


PALMERI'S 


Gorham 


FLOWER SHOP 


Towie 




Heirloom 




L iin-l- 






1 

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BEDFORD JEWELERS 


BEDFORD CHAPTER 
AMERICAN 


in 


NATIONAL RED CROSS 


The Great Road 




Shopping Center 




275-7056 


Always there with your help 



Compliments 




of 


"BRAND NAMES AT 


DISCOUNT PRICES" 


BUCHANAN & SEARS 




REAL ESTATE, INC. 




99 the Great Road 


UADCUAI lie 

MARSHALL'S 


Bedford, Massachusetts 




275-8540 


Self-Service 




Department Stores 


TEL. 275-6464 


Bedford Shopping Center 




TEL 97'5-84fi? 


^ ARTHUR GOULART, JR. 


Chelmsford Shopping Center 


84 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 


TEL 256-2501 




Compliments 


BEST WISHES TO THE 


of 




HARTWELL'S 




TEXACO 


CLASS OF 1967 






275-9730 


D| AI^P 
DLMIVC 






Best Wishes 


NEWS STORE 


HART'S 


PACKAGE STORE 




36 North Road 



LEON HAIR STYLIST 



FASHIONING 

Great Road Shopping Center 

THE 

Bedford 

LATEST 

275-9743 

IN HAIRSTYLES 

AIR CONDITIONED 



Hairstyles for the Discriminating Woman 



® 

AUTHORIZED 
DCALCRS 



VOLKSWAGEN 



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SALES SERVICE PARTS 

LANE MOTOR SALES Corp 



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39 INORTH RD, intersection Rte 4 & 225 
Bedford 275-8000 



AUTMOmZCO 
DlAtXHt 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of '67 
from 

Sanders associates, inc. / bedford division 

Bedford, Massachusetts 



"Creators of new directions in electronics" 



Best of Luck to the 
Class of 1967 



DILLEN FUNERAL HOME 



45 Springs Road 
Bedford 
275-7706 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEDFORD 
HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '67 

RAYTHEON COMPANY 
MISSILE SYSTEMS DIVISION 

Bedford, Massachusetts 



In the past Raytheon Bedford has maintained a high regard for members 
of the graduating class of Bedford High School. Again this year, we 
cordially invite members of the graduation class with secretarial skills 
to explore career opportunities with this Division.